Offshore
 

Round the World multihull capsizes off Cape Horn FULL STORY HERE

The multihull of Yves Le Blevec, Ultim Actual, capsized off Cape Horn around 4 am French time Thursday morning.

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G New
14 December 2017 10:42 GMT
Dinghy
 

Youth Worlds - Emma Wilson in battle for British medal FULL STORY HERE

The battle for podium places continues in the girls RS:X at the Youth World Championships in China, with Emma Wilson looking for a British medal.

Emma Wilson GBR - Click image for a larger image

Gerald New - Sailweb
14 December 2017 9:44 GMT
Volvo
 

Volvo OCean Race - You get what you wish for! FULL STORY HERE

The first Southern Ocean storm brought steady 30-35 knot winds with Dongfeng Race Team recording a gust as high as 53 knots Wednesday night.

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G New
14 December 2017 9:14 GMT
Olympic
 

World Sailing to change Olympic classes in New Year FULL STORY HERE

World Sailing will make a number of important decisions concerning the Events and Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympics - dropping the RSX and reducing the 470 and 49er events.

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Gerald New - Sailweb
13 December 2017 14:34 GMT
Volvo
 

Volvo Ocean Race - Look behind you! FULL STORY HERE

The Volvo fleet is beginning to experience the Southern Ocean, it's relatively enjoyable. The sting will come in the next 24 hours . . . The forecast is for winds in the 35 knot range, stronger gusts. Seas of over 6-metres are expected.

Predicted Situation for 23:00 hrs Wednesday - Click image for a larger image

Gerald New - Sailweb
13 December 2017 11:10 GMT
Dinghy
 

Youth World Championships - Wilson in RSX title battle FULL STORY HERE

Britain's Emma Wilson (2,2,1) out-sailed Giorgia Speciale of Italy (3,3,2) the event leader of the girls RS:X on day 3 of the Youth World Championships in China - Day 3 Video here

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Gerald New - Sailweb
13 December 2017 9:38 GMT
Offshore
 

RORC Transatlantic Race - Overall Victory for Teasing Machine FULL STORY HERE

Eric de Turckheim's French Nivelt-Muratet 54 Teasing Machine was declared the overall winner of the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race.

RORC Chief Executive Eddie Warden Owen and RORC Admiral Andrew McIrvine with Teasing Machine's Tony Brochet and Betrand Castelnerac - Click image for a larger image

G New
13 December 2017 11:02 GMT